The Daily Item
BLUE BELL — Normandy Farm Hotel was the setting for the ceremony uniting Colleen Bolger and Brian Bingaman in marriage. Pastor Martha Sue Moll performed the service at 6 p.m. Aug. 3, 2013.
The bride is the daughter of Jack and Marie Bolger, of Berlin, N.J. The bridegroom is the son of Harry and Linda Bingaman, of Northumberland, Pa.
The bride chose her sister, Jenn Bolger, of Berlin, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Lindsey DeLollis, of Cape May, N.J., Becky Edwards, of Glenside, Pa., Sarah Catlin, of Cincinnatti, Ohio, Kristin Segrue, of Handem, Conn., and Jennifer Ann Rauscher, of Philadelphia. Flower girls were Violet and Lyla Bovitch, of Plymouth Meeting, Pa.
Serving as best man for his brother was David Bingaman, of Norristown, Pa. Ushers were Gary Aurand, of Chambersburg, Pa., Chris Smith, of Louisville, Ky., Michael Zboray, of Denver, Colo., Nick Purdy, of Miami, Fla., and Cole Bowman, of Conshohocken, Pa. Ring bearer was Dominic Schalk, of Philadelphia.
A reception followed.
The bride is a graduate of Eastern Regional High School, Voorhees, N.J., and LaSalle University, Philadelphia, with a degree in communications, and a master’s in elementary and special education. She is a special education teacher in the Haverford Township School District, Havertown, Pa.
The bridegroom is a graduate of Shikellamy High School, Bloomsburg University with a degree in exercise science, and Pennsylvania State University with a master’s in health education. He is head strength and conditioning coach at St. Joseph University, Philadelphia.
Following a honeymoon to Ocean City, Md., the couple is living in Springfield, Pa.